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Ethics and the Theater- Incident at Vichy by Arthur Miller.

Incident at Vichy by Arthur Miller.

It's 1942, and six men and a boy sit in a detention center in Vichy, France, waiting to be examined by a “professor” and a German major. All except one, an Austrian aristocrat, are “undesirables”: Jewish, gypsy, Communist. Does that one exception mean they've all been brought in for nothing more sinister than to have their identity papers inspected? If not, what can be done – by the detainees themselves and by those, neither victim nor victimizer, who bear witness? Miller's characters struggle to find answers to these questions that will allow them to reclaim their humanity in a world in which, as the major states, “there are no persons anymore.”

Susanna Frazer directs our cast. After the reading participate in a discussion of the ethical issues of the play led by Dr. Anne Klaeysen.

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